Smeg SMEG500BL refrigerator Download

Transcript
Contents
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
General safety instructions
Manufacturer’s liability
Appliance purpose
Disposal
Identification plate
This instruction manual
How to read the instruction manual
2 Description
2.1 General description
2.2 Other parts
2.3 Available accessories
3 Use
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
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1 Instructions
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Instructions
Preliminary operations
First use
Accessing the refrigerator compartment
Using the accessories
Using the refrigerator compartment
Storage advice
Noises during operation
What to do if...
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4 Cleaning and maintenance
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4.1 Instructions
4.2 Cleaning the appliance
4.3 Defrosting
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5 Installation
5.1 Electrical connection
5.2 Positioning
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We advise you to read this manual carefully, which contains all the instructions for
maintaining the appliance's aesthetic and functional qualities.
For further information about the product visit: www.smeg.com
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Instructions
1 Instructions
1.1 General safety instructions
Risk of personal injury
• Never touch the heating elements
during use.
• Keep children under eight years
of age at a safe distance if they
are not constantly supervised.
• Children must never play with the
appliance.
• Do not allow children to play or
hide inside the appliance.
• The appliance must never be
cleaned and maintained by
unsupervised children.
• Do not store products which contain
inflammable or explosive gases
inside the appliance.
• Do not insert pointed metal objects
(cutlery or utensils) into the slots in
the appliance.
• Have qualified personnel carry
out installation and assistance
interventions according to the
standards in force.
• Do not modify this appliance.
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• Do not try to repair the appliance
yourself or without the intervention
of a qualified technician.
• If the power supply cable is
damaged, contact technical support
immediately and they will replace it.
Risk of damaging the appliance
• Never rest sharp metallic objects
such as knives, forks, spoons and
lids on the appliance during use.
• Do not use abrasive or corrosive
detergents on glass parts
(e.g. powder products, stain
removers and metallic sponges).
• Do not lean or sit on the appliance.
• Do not use steam jets to clean
the appliance.
• Do not obstruct ventilation openings
and heat dispersal slots.
• Do not use the appliance to cool
rooms for any reason.
• Always disconnect the appliance
from the mains in the event of
a breakdown or maintenance,
or during cleaning.
1.2 Manufacturer’s liability
1.4 Disposal
The manufacturer declines all liability for
damage to persons or property caused by:
• all liability for personal injury or property
damage caused by;
• non-observance of the instruction manual
provisions;
• tampering with any part of the
appliance;
• use of non-genuine spare parts.
This appliance must be disposed of
separately from other waste
(Directives 2002/95/EC, 2002/
96/EC, 2003/108/EC). The appliance
does not contain substances in quantities
sufficient to be considered hazardous to
health and the environment, in accordance
with current European directives.
To dispose of the appliance:
• Cut the power supply cable and remove
it along with the plug.
1.3 Appliance purpose
• This appliance is for household
refrigeration. Every other use is
considered improper.
• This appliance may be used by children
aged at least 8 and by people of
reduced physical and mental capacity,
or lacking in experience in the use of
electrical appliances, as long as they are
supervised or instructed by adults who
are responsible for their safety.
• The appliance is not designed to
operate with external timers or with
remote-control systems.
Power voltage
Danger of electrocution
• Disconnect the main power supply.
• Disconnect the power supply cable from
the electrical system.
• Hand over the appliance to the
appropriate selective collection centres
for electrical and electronic equipment
waste, or deliver it back to the retailer
when purchasing an equivalent product,
on a one for one basis.
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Instructions
Instructions
Our appliances are packed in nonpolluting and recyclable materials.
• Hand over the packing materials to the
appropriate selective collection centres.
Plastic packaging
Danger of suffocation
• Do not leave the packaging or any part
of it unattended.
• Do not let children play with the
packaging plastic bags.
1.7 How to read the instruction
manual
This instruction manual uses the following
reading conventions:
Instructions
General information on this
instruction manual, information
about and final disposal.
Description
Description of the appliance and its
accessories.
1.5 Identification plate
Use
The identification plate bears the technical
data, serial number and brand name of the
appliance. Do not remove the identification
plate for any reason.
Information on the use of the
appliance and its accessories.
Cleaning and maintenance
1.6 This instruction manual
Information for proper cleaning and
maintenance of the appliance.
This instruction manual is an integral part of
the appliance and must therefore be kept in
its entirety and in an accessible place for
the whole working life of the appliance.
Read this instruction manual carefully before
using the appliance.
Installation
Information for the qualified
technician: installation, operation
and inspection.
Safety instructions
Information
Advice
1. Use instruction sequence.
• Single use instruction.
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Description
2 Description
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2.1 General description
1 Yellow indicator light
When ON, this indicates that the light
switch is ON and all the perimeter lights
are on.
To avoid wasting electricity and
prevent food from freezing, do not
set the thermostat knob to MAX for
prolonged periods of time.
2 Light switch (ON/OFF)
Use this switch to switch on the appliance
perimeter lights. When the switch is ON, the
yellow indicator light comes on.
4 Thermometer
Indicates the temperature currently inside
the appliance.
3 Thermostat knob
5 Green indicator light
Adjust the thermostat knob from MIN to
MAX to lower the temperature inside the
refrigerator compartment. Use this knob to
set the temperature inside the refrigerator,
as follows:
• °C: In this position, the knob indicates the
appliance is turned OFF.
• MIN: In this position, the knob indicates
the appliance is on MINIMUM.
When ON, this indicates that the ON/OFF
switch is ON and that the appliance is
powered and ready to be switched on.
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In this position, the knob
indicates the general optimum
temperature at which to adjust the
appliance preferably.
• MAX: In this position, the knob indicates
the appliance is on MAXIMUM.
6 ON/OFF switch
Use this switch to power the appliance.
• When the switch is ON, the green
indicator light comes on.
• When the switch is OFF, the red
indicator light comes on.
7 Red indicator light
When ON, this indicates that the ON/OFF
switch is OFF and that the appliance is not
powered and cannot be switched on.
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Description
2.2 Other parts
2.3 Available accessories
Lid
Beer rack
It is only fitted for styling purposes, but it can
be raised to move beverages inside the
refrigerator compartment.
Lid rod
Useful to position beer bottles and
small plastic bottles.
Bottle rack
Useful to keep the appliance lid open.
Sliding doors
Useful to store glass bottles.
Pack rack
Useful to keep beverages as cool
as possible.
Useful to store fruit juices, milk cartons
and cans.
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Use
3.1 Instructions
Improper use
Risk of damage
to the appliance
• Do not use sharp objects when
removing ice and frost to avoid
damaging the appliance's walls.
• Do not sit or lean on the door or any
open drawers.
• Do not touch the heating elements on
the outside of the appliance.
• Do not store inflammable, explosive or
volatile substances.
• Organic compounds, acids and
essential oils can corrode the seals and
plastic surfaces if left in contact with them
for extended periods.
• Bottles containing strong alcoholic drinks
must be tightly closed and stored
vertically.
3.3 First use
1. Plug the appliance into a wall socket.
2. Set the ON/OFF switch to ON.
3. Adjust the thermostat knob from MIN to
MAX to set the desired temperature.
The higher the number set, the
lower the refrigerator temperature
will be.
3.4 Accessing the refrigerator
compartment
Raise the appliance lid to access the
refrigerator compartment. Inside, you will
find a rod on the right-hand side to keep it
raised while you move beverages around
inside the refrigerator compartment.
1. Raise the lid and grab the top of the rod
seated in the slot.
2. Move the rod a few centimetres to the
left to release the tip of the slot.
3.2 Preliminary operations
1. Remove any protective film from the
outside or inside of the appliance,
including accessories.
2. Remove any labels (apart from the
technical data plate) from the
accessories and shelves.
3. Remove and wash all the appliance
accessories.
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3 Use
Use
3. With the lid raised, turn the rod
downwards and place the tip onto the
metal plate situated to the right of the
sliding doors.
4. Move the tip of the rod towards the right
into the slot in the plate.
5. Slide the tip of the rod all the way to
the end of the slot in the plate.
3.5 Using the accessories
Layout of accessories
The accessories can be arranged along
the purpose-designed guides inside the
refrigerator compartment.
Beer rack assembly
1. Place the glass shelf on the base
of the beer rack.
2. Place the 2 partitions at the rear
of the beer rack.
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Use
3.6 Using the refrigerator
compartment
Sample uses
Beer rack
Arrange the beverages, making sure
they are sealed tight. This precaution
is necessary:
• to preserve the aroma and freshness of
the beverages;
• to avoid any contamination of
beverages with odours or tastes from
other beverages;
• to prevent the humidity level inside the
refrigerator from becoming too high,
which in some operating conditions (rise
in ambient temperature and humidity,
more frequent opening of the door)
might cause condensation to form on the
shelves.
Always allow hot drinks to cool to
room temperature before putting
them in the refrigerator
compartment.
Bottle rack
Pack rack
3.7 Storage advice
• Always check the expiry date on the
food packaging.
• Remove perishable products from the
appliance if you are going away for a
long period.
• Changes in the environmental conditions
(temperature and humidity) and the
frequency with which the door is opened
can affect the operating temperature of
the refrigerator.
• Reduce the number of times that the
doors are opened and the length of time
they remain open to prevent the
compartments from heating up
excessively.
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Arranging beverages
Use
3.8 Noises during operation
3.9 What to do if...
The refrigerator compartment is cooled by
means of a compression system. In order to
maintain the preset temperature inside the
refrigerator compartment, the compressor
comes into operation in response to the
level of cooling required, and may operate
continuously if necessary. When the
compressor starts to function, it creates a
buzzing noise which generally diminishes in
intensity after a few minutes.
Another normal operating noise of the
appliance is a gurgling due to the coolant
flowing through the pipes in the circuit. This
noise is normal and does not indicate an
appliance malfunction. If it becomes too
loud, this may mean that there are other
causes. Checks must then be made to
ensure that:
• the refrigerator is properly levelled on the
floor and does not vibrate when the
compressor is in operation: if this is not
the case, adjust the feet supplied with the
appliance;
• Bottles and boxes are stable and not
touching each other: otherwise, the
vibration resulting from the compressor's
operation could cause a certain amount
of noise;
• Do not place the refrigerator in such a
way that it is in contact with furniture or
other household appliances.
The appliance does not work:
• Make sure that the appliance is plugged
in and that the main switch is turned on.
The compressor starts to function too often
or functions continuously:
• The room temperature is too high.
• The sliding doors are being opened too
often or for too long.
• The sliding doors do not seal shut when
closed.
• Check that the back of the refrigerator is
properly ventilated and that the
condenser is not too dirty.
Excessive ice or condensation has built up
inside the refrigerator compartment:
• The sliding doors are being opened too
often or for too long.
• Hot beverages have been placed inside
the refrigerator compartment.
• The thermostat is set at a too low
temperature.
The refrigerator compartment is not
sufficiently cold:
• The thermostat is set at a too high
temperature.
• The sliding doors are being opened too
often or for too long.
• The sliding doors do not seal shut when
closed.
• The room temperature is too high.
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Cleaning and maintenance
4.1 Instructions
Improper use
Risk of damage to surfaces
• Do not use steam jets to clean the
appliance.
• Do not use cleaning products containing
chlorine, ammonia or bleach on steel
parts or parts with metallic finishes on the
surface (e.g. anodising, nickel- or
chromium-plating).
• Do not use abrasive or corrosive
detergents on glass parts (e.g. powder
products, stain removers and metallic
sponges).
• Do not use rough or abrasive materials
or sharp metal scrapers.
Power voltage
Danger of electrocution
4.2 Cleaning the appliance
A special antibacterial protection on the
appliance's interior walls prevents bacterial
growth and keeps them clean. They must
nevertheless be cleaned regularly in order
to keep them in good condition.
Cleaning the outside of the appliance
• The appliance may be cleaned
with water or alcohol-based liquid
detergents (e.g. window cleaning
products).
• Avoid aggressive detergents and
rough sponges to avoid damaging
the surfaces.
Cleaning the inside of the appliance
• Clean the interior with diluted liquid
detergent or with warm water with a little
vinegar added.
• Remove any ice thicker than 3-5 mm.
Do not use sharp objects or spray
products.
4.3 Defrosting
• Turn off the appliance and unplug it from
the mains before cleaning.
• Do not pull the cable to to unplug the
appliance.
Defrosting the refrigerator compartment
The refrigerator compartment does not
require defrosting, as any ice which forms
on the refrigeration plate will melt when the
compressor is idle.
If ice thicker than 3-5 mm should form on
the inside walls of the refrigerator
compartment, turn off the appliance and
defrost it manually.
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4 Cleaning and maintenance
Installation
5 Installation
5.1 Electrical connection
Power voltage
Danger of electrocution
• The appliance must be earthed in
compliance with electrical system
safety standards.
• Do not pull the cable unplug
the appliance.
General information
• Check the mains characteristics against
the data indicated on the plate. The
identification plate bearing the technical
data, serial number and brand name is
visibly positioned inside the appliance. Do
not remove this plate for any reason.
• Make sure that the plug and socket are of
the same type.
• Avoid using adapters and shunts as these
could cause overheating and a risk of
burns.
• The plug must always be accessible when
the appliance is installed.
• If it is necessary to replace the power
supply cable, this must be performed by
an authorised technician from Technical
Support Service.
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5.2 Positioning
Heavy appliance
Danger of crush injuries
• Position the appliance with the aid of a
second person.
• Always handle the appliance with the lid
down.
Improper use
Risk of damage to the appliance
• The appliance must not be exposed to
direct sunlight.
• Do not use the appliance outdoors.
Spacers
To ensure that the condenser cools
properly, the appliance must not be located
too close to the wall. To prevent this, the
appliance comes complete with two plastic
spacers which are fitted on the metal casing
behind the appliance.
Installation
The appliance is supplied with four castors
for easy handling and positioning. In any
case, we recommend moving the
appliance very carefully in order to avoid
damaging the floor (especially in the case
of wooden floors).
The front castors are fitted with a brake to
lock the appliance in place:
1. Turn the front castors by 90° with the
brake levers turned to face the centre of
the appliance.
3. Should you need to lift the appliance,
with the aid of a second person, grip the
wheel arches using both hands.
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How to handle the appliance
2. Press the brakes on the front castors
down until they click in place.
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Installation
Positioning
Place the appliance on a stable and level
floor. We recommend moving the
appliance very carefully in order to avoid
damaging the floor (especially in the case
of wooden floors).
Choice of location
Always install the refrigerator in a dry place
with satisfactory ventilation. Depending on its
climate class (stated on the nameplate inside
the refrigerator compartment), the appliance
can be used in different temperature
conditions.
• Install the appliance at least 3 cm away
from electrical or gas cookers and at
least 30 cm away from combustion
heaters or radiators.
• The appliance must not be installed near
heat sources. If this is not possible,
suitable insulation must be used.
Class
Room temperature
SN (Subnormal)
+ 10°C to + 32°C
N (Normal)
+ 16°C to + 32°C
ST (Subtropical)
+ 18°C to + 38°C
T (Tropical)
+ 18°C to + 43°C
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